A tropical aqua paint gave inexpensive wood cabinetry an appealing, authentic look in this Key West, Florida, kitchen. The counters are pine from a 1920s Palm Beach Hotel. (Photo: Tria Giovan) Wall paint: Hibiscus (2027-50) by Benjamin Moore; Cabinet paint: Aquatint (6936) by Sherwin-Williams
With the offending elements gone, the vanity area was also given an infusion of spa style, using both hard-edge and fluid shapes. Square niches carved out between wall studs provide storage and display space, and the series of squares is broken up with a chic round mirror. A curvaceous faucet also gives the area an organic look and is balanced by the vanity's crisp, straight millwork detailing
Love this idea: Multifunctional Tables on wheals: Together like so it's ideal for quick meals. Separated and placed along the wall it doubles as additional work surface. And if there is a balcony you can roll them outside and it doubles as a outdoor table.